eAchieve offers the following NCAA online accredited courses:
What is an NCAA-approved course?
An NCAA-approved class is one that meets the academic requirements of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, a nonprofit organization that organizes higher education athletic programs and regulates student athletes. All NCAA-approved classes have a defined timeline for completion and must include regular teacher-initiated interaction throughout the course to ensure students are on track with their coursework.
Does the NCAA accept online courses?
Yes! The NCAA understands that many student athletes cannot pursue their dreams and attend a conventional high school at the same time. For this reason, the NCAA accepts online high school courses that meet their criteria. eAchieve Academy offers many core courses that fully comply with the NCAA’s requirements. If you’re juggling athletic training and education, eAchieve Academy may just be the solution for you.
Can homeschoolers play college sports?
Yes! Just like all students who want to play Division I or II NCAA sports in college, home-schooled students will need to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center and complete the registration process.
Required steps include submitting ACT or SAT scores, official transcripts for every high school program attended (including a home school), dated proof of graduation and a signed statement from the person who taught and evaluated homeschool coursework.
eAchieve’s online courses (including NCAA approved courses) are available as a free supplement to homeschooled students in Wisconsin, who can take one or two online classes with us each semester to supplement their homeschool curriculum.